Did you know that the mason jar is named after John Landis Mason, its creator? Or that its main appeal was that it was one of the first refrigerator storage options have were clear, therefore allowing the contents to be visible without opening the jar? To learn more about the history of the mason jar, check out this brief article by This Kitchn.
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ANTIPASTO RELISH Nothing says rustic Italian meal like a traditional antipasto. Serve up this Italian-style vegetable relish that has all the delicious flavour of commercial antipasto. Beautifully paired with a meat & cheese board and of course, some vino! It uses a high acid ingredient combination that can be processed safely in a boiling water canner.
Yield: Makes about 6 x 250 ml jars
Jars are not just for food! There are so many things you can do with a pretty mason. Check out this video on how to turn your jars into soap dispensers. Use them in your powder room or kitchen. This soap dispenser will be sure to match any rustic country style.
How to Make a Mason Jar Soap Dispenser DIY!
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